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2020-2021 Proposed Attendance Boundary Modification (ABM)-Elementary #43, Jordan High School (#9), and Existing High Schools


2020-21 Proposed Attendance Boundary Modification (ABM) - Elementary #43 and Jordan High School (#9)

At the scheduled Katy ISD work study meeting on Monday, June 17, 2019, the proposed attendance boundary modifications (ABM) designed for the opening of Elementary #43 and Jordan High School (#9) were presented to the Katy ISD Board of Trustees and community for consideration.


Jump To: Elementary #43 Proposed Attendance BoundaryJordan High School (#9) Proposed Attendance Boundary


Frequently Asked Questions

​What is an Attendance Boundary Modification (ABM)?
Attendance Boundary Modifications (ABMs) helps the District to manage growth in Katy ISD. As the District enrollment increases, it becomes necessary to adjust boundaries and open new schools. ABMs enables the District to balance student enrollment at each school.

Why is an ABM necessary for 2020-2021?
An ABM is necessary for the 2020-2021 school year due to increased student enrollment within the District. Opening an elementary school and high school will reduce student enrollment at current over capacity schools.



Elementary #43


Where is Elementary #43 located?
The new elementary campus is located in the northwest quadrant of the District, within the Elyson development. It is south of FM 529 and west of Peek Road.  The address is 6631 Greenwood Orchard Drive, Katy, Texas 77449.

When does Elementary #43 open?
The new elementary campus will open August 2020 for the 2020-21 school year.

What existing campuses will be impacted by the opening of Elementary #43?
Elementary #43 will reduce student enrollment at Bethke Elementary.

What does the 2019-20 attendance zone look like for Bethke Elementary and neighboring campuses?

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About the map: The numbers displayed in the color blocked attendance zones represent the projected number of students to be enrolled in the campus for the year indicated.

What are the building capacities for the campuses shown in the current attendance zones?

Elementary Campus Building Capacity
Bethke Elementary1,030
Bryant Elementary1,030
Hutsell Elementary983
Katy Elementary643
King Elementary1,030
Leonard Elementary1,030
Winborn Elementary848


What does the proposed 2020 - 21 Attendance Boundary Modification for Elementary #43 look like?

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About the map: The numbers displayed in the color blocked attendance zones represent the projected number of students to be enrolled in the campus (by year), after the new attendance boundary modification is established. 

Description of proposed ABM for Elementary #43
The western side of the proposed boundary is Stockdick School Rd, and on the northern side, it is the property line behind Kings Crossing. The eastern proposed boundary is the Grand Parkway. Elementary #43 would feed into Katy Junior High and Stockdick Junior High.

Which Land Use Zones (LUZs) would be re-zoned to Elementary #43?

LUZs rezoned from Bethke to
Elementary #43:

1C

2A

2B

1A

1B

2C

3C

5C

4B

4C

3B

5D

5B

4G

4F

4E

4H

7A

3A

5A



Visit the Katy ISD Map Viewer to determine where your Land Use Zone (LUZ) is located.

Want to provide feedback on the 2020-21 proposed ABM for Elementary #43? 

Elementary #43 Attendance Boundaries Survey




Jordan High School (#9)


Where is Jordan High School (#9) located?
The new high school campus  is located in the southwest quadrant of the District, within the Cross Creek Ranch development. Its address is 27500 Fulshear Bend Dr. Fulshear, TX, 77441.

When does Jordan High School (#9) open?
The new high school campus will open August 2020 for the 2020-21 school year.

What existing campuses will see enrollment relief due to the opening of Jordan High School (#9)?
Jordan High School (#9) will provide enrollment relief to Katy High School, Tompkins High School, and Seven Lakes High School.

What does the 2019-20 attendance zone look like for Katy High School, Tompkins High School, Seven Lakes High School, and neighboring campuses?

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About the map: The numbers displayed in the color blocked attendance zones represent the projected number of students to be enrolled in the campus for the year indicated. 

What are the building capacities for the campuses shown in the current attendance zones?

High School Campus

Building Capacity

Cinco Ranch High School

3,000

Katy High School

3,000

Seven Lakes High School

3,000

Taylor High School

3,000

Tompkins High School

3,000


What does the proposed 2020 - 21 Attendance Boundary Modification for Jordan High School (#9) look like?

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About the map: The numbers displayed in the color blocked attendance zones represent the projected number of students to be enrolled in the campus (by year), after the new attendance boundary modification is established. 

Description of proposed ABM for Jordan High School (#9)
The proposed boundary for Jordan High School (#9) is the northwest intersection of Cross Creek Bend Lane and Fulshear Bend Dr. 

Which Land Use Zones (LUZs) would be re-zoned to another existing high school campus?

LUZs rezoned from KHS to THS

43

 

 

 

 

 

 

LUZs rezoned from KHS to CRHS

55

56A

56B

 

 

 

 

LUZs rezoned from KHS to OTHS

60A

54B

60C

52G

52F

52E

52H

Which Land Use Zones (LUZs) would be re-zoned to the new High School #9?

LUZs rezoned from OTHS to Jordan High School (#9)51C
52C
52D
73J
73C
73B
73D
 73I74O73L73K74N74J73F
 73E73A74P74G73G73H 

LUZs rezoned from SLHS to Jordan High School (#9)74K74L74A74S74R  


Visit the Katy ISD Map Viewer to determine where your Land Use Zone (LUZ) is located.


Want to provide feedback on the 2020-21 proposed ABM for Jordan High School (#9)? 

High School #9 Attendance Boundaries Survey


Will students currently attending an existing 4-year high school and rezoned to an existing 4-year high school have the option to remain at their current high school through graduation?
Enrolled 10th, 11th and 12th grade students during the 2020-2021 school year and whose LUZs have been identified for re-zoning to an existing 4-year high school may remain at their existing high school campus through graduation.  

Will students currently attending an existing 4-year high school and rezoned to Jordan High School (#9) have the option to remain at their current high school through graduation?
Enrolled 11th and 12th grade students during the 2020-2021 school year and whose LUZs have been identified for re-zoning to Jordan High School (#9) will remain at their existing high school campus through graduation.  

Enrolled 9th and 10th grade students during the 2020-2021 school year and whose LUZs have been identified for rezoning to Jordan High School (#9) will attend Jordan High School (#9).

Are there any exceptions that would allow a student who would be enrolled in 10th grade during the 2020-21 school year to remain at their existing campus? 
There is one exception. If a student is enrolled in the 10th grade during the 2020-2021 and lives in an LUZ that is being re-zoned to an existing high school (i.e. CRHS, THS, or OTHS), that student will have the option to stay at their current high school. This is because for the first time in many years, the District is implementing an attendance boundary modification that rezones students between an existing/older high school campus to a different existing/older high school campus.  An example is a student from the West Memorial area (LUZ43) who attends Katy High School during the 2019-2020 school year and upon approval of the ABM is now rezoned to Taylor High School.  Since the student has established attendance at an existing 4-year high school campus, the student would be provided the option to remain at Katy High School through graduation. 


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